‘Liz & Dick’ Working Conditions Now Being Monitored

Jun 21, 2012  •  Post A Comment

IATSE, the union that represents most crew members on movies and television shows, is monitoring the working conditions and hours on the Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick" after reports of exhaustion by two crew members and star Lindsay Lohan, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The union has had “representatives on the set since last Friday [June 15] and will continue to monitor the hours and working conditions there," according to Mike Miller, the union’s division director of motion picture and television production.

As previously reported, the movie sparked investigations by IATSE and the union SAG-AFTRA after the reports of exhaustion. By some accounts members of the production team were working 20-hour days.

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